SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A top San Francisco official tasked with keeping the streets clean was charged Tuesday with public corruption in schemes that include offering a bribe for space at San Francisco International Airport, providing inside information to a friend seeking permits to build homeless shelters and portable toilets and accepting lavish gifts from a billionaire Chinese developer. San Francisco Public Works Director Mohammed Nuru made an initial appearance in court Tuesday along with… Read at AP News
Most Popular View all
Did the Trump Administration Send 18 Tons of PPE to China in Early 2020?
Critics have questioned the wisdom of exporting to China medical supplies that would soon be vitally needed in the U.S.
Did Trump Administration Fire the US Pandemic Response Team?
As a new coronavirus spread in 2020, so did concerns about the United States' preparedness for a potential pandemic.
Will Dangerous Cosmic Rays Pass Close to Earth ‘Tonight’?
This claim has been around for years and makes no scientific sense whatsoever.
Did Nostradamus Predict the COVID-19 Pandemic?
If only people recognized "predictions" before the calamitous events they supposedly anticipate.
Is Hobby Lobby Refusing To Close Stores Because of a Message from God?
Hobby Lobby reportedly sent a letter to employees explaining its stores were staying open during the COVID-19 pandemic because, in part, CEO David Green's wife had received reassurances from God.